A lot of Destiny players are looking forward to the next major expansion soon. Forsaken launches on September 4, which isn’t too long now, but people looking forward to the raid won’t have to wait too long after. Destiny 2: Forsaken’s first raid, Last Wish, will arrive shortly after September 14.

Bungie shared the first details in a blog post today.

“Forsaken is proof that the full Destiny 2 experience is just beginning when the campaign comes to a close,” senior designer Joe Blackburn wrote. “With so many new things to do and so much Power to gain, we knew that players would need more than just three days to prepare for the incredible challenges of Forsaken’s raid. That’s why “Last Wish,” the next chapter in Destiny’s raiding legacy, goes live on September 14 at 10 a.m. PDT, a week and a half after you’ll have first set foot on the Tangled Shore. Good luck, Guardians.”

While the ten day wait is not absurd, it is the longest gap so far for Destiny fans. Destiny 2’s launch to Leviathan had a gap of about seven days, so hopefully players will really be able to dig into Forsaken using those extra 72 hours. If you’re still eager for more Destiny 2: Forsaken content, Bungie posted the scene of Cayde-6 going down for the final time earlier today.

Destiny 2’s Forsaken Raid Arrives One Week And A Half After Expansion